NOT: Use -foo to exclude bugs
with foo in the summary.
AND: Space-separated words are treated as a conjunction.
OR: Within a word, "|"-separated parts denote alternatives.
Besides "|", a comma can be used to separate alternatives.
OR has higher precedence than AND; AND is the top level operation
Example:url,location bar,field -focus
(url OR location) AND (bar OR field) AND (NOT focus)
Use +foo to search for bugs where the summary contains foo as a substring.
Use #foo to search for bugs where the summary contains the wordfoo
+brow does not find all bugs in the Browser product
#title does not find bugs bugs with titlebar or titled
Phrases with special chars (space, comma, +, -, #, ...) can be quoted:
Open vs. Resolved Bugs:
By default, only open (i.e. unresolved) bugs are shown.
Use +DUP as first word in your query
to include duplicate bugs in your search,
FIXED to search for fixed bugs only,
or ALL to search all bugs,
regardless of status or resolution. Searching for duplicates is
recommended if you can't find an open bug directly.
+DUP,FIXED table border
ALL mouse wheel
Focus the Search with Products & Components:
To search for bugs in product "Foo Bar" only, add
:foo or :bar or both
to your query.
You can do this with any substring of a
product or component
to focus the search.
You can also use this tool to lookup a bug by its number.
A comma-separated list of bug numbers gives you a list of these bugs.
By default, the following fields are searched: Summary, Keywords, Product,
Component, Status Whiteboard. If a word looks like a part of a URL, that field
is included in the search, too.